High School & Beyond Plan
Completing the High School and Beyond Plan is one of the requirements for graduation from Eastmont High School. Most students will be completing this at school during the day but some students will not be able to attend school at those times (i.e. Running Start students, Skill Center students or students who were absent). You must complete each of the following:
- Career and College - through Classlink
- Reality Check - through Classlink
- Complete HSBP - Via Google Form
- EHS transcript or WVC 2 year plan - review
- High School and Beyond Plan Google Questionaire
- Financial Aid and College - view Powerpoint presentation
- Career Choices - view Powerpoint presentation
Click on the document below and follow the instructions to complete the High School and Beyond Plan.
TIPS: Make sure to use your student Chromebook and be sure to complete both Google forms.
Embedded in the HSBP is the Graduation Pathway Choice. So, what is this Graduation Pathway? Years ago this was the state testing requirement, but has been adjusted to include other pathways besides state testing. In your sophomore year, you must take the SBAC Math and English tests as your only pathway choice. If you do not pass the SBAC tests, then the remaining 7 pathway options become available in your Junior and Senior year.
Click here to see the other 7 Graduation Pathways.
Q: What happens if I do not have a 1st period class or missed the High School and Beyond Plan (HSBP) days?
A: You will need to complete the HSBP on your time, follow the instructions above on how to complete the HSBP.
Q: Where do I get my transcript?
A: Your first period teacher will have it printed for you. If you do not have a first period class at the high school, then email your school counselor so they can email it to you.
Q: How do I know if I passed the SBAC?
A: On your transcript, at the bottom, if you passed the SBAC in 10th grade for both ELA & Math it will say "Graduation Pathway... Met".
Q: What happens if I did not pass the SBAC?
A: Look at the other "7 Graduation Pathway" form that is posted above to see what other route you can take to complete the graduation requirement.
Q: When and where do I sign up to take the SAT, ACT, or ASVAB test?
A: These tests are offered once in the Fall and then once in the Spring. Pay attention to ParentSquare, Morning Announcements, and your emails to be notified when the next test date is. Students will sign up at the Registration window with Mrs. Venegas. If you have additional questions, email Mrs. Venegas as firstname.lastname@example.org.